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Traveling to Cuba? Don’t miss these spots…

Planning on traveling to Cuba this winter? There are many spots worth your attention in this country, and we have taken the liberty of briefly outlining four of them for your convenience … enjoy! 1) Havana The grand capital of Cuba may have crumbled since its glory days during the mid 20th century, but this […]

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Goa is just the beginning: other fabulous beaches in India

When you think of beaches in India, people’s mind shift automatically towards one place, and one place only: Goa. If you are as geographically aware as we are, you know that the Indian Subcontinent is a large land mass … surely there must be other beaches waiting to be discovered. With that in mind, here […]

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Unmissable sights in Colombia

With travelers the world over slowly starting to realize Colombia’s potential as the next big tourist destination, the rush is on get in before the massive columns of buses arriving toting the fanny pack brigade. If Colombia is on the agenda for you in 2015, here are four unmissable sights in Colombia that will make […]

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Why you should take your next vacation to Egypt

With its crumbling temples and dust-strewn tombs, swaying palms and snaking Nile River, Egypt is as exotic a destination as you will find. History is etched onto its surface like hieroglyphics; camels fill out any stereotypical expectations you may entertain, while modern Cairo will just as quickly debunk assumptions. Ditch the norm, and assuage your […]

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3 Spots For A Leisurely Beach Holiday in South Africa

With cold air sinking down from the frosty reaches of the arctic as November looms, you have begun to fantasize about making a break south at some point during the gloom of the forthcoming months of winter. A quick look at booking sites doesn’t do much to leaven your mood, as all the cheap holidays […]

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One Fine City: Having Fun In Singapore

While Southeast Asia is generally known for being one of the world’s best travel destinations, one corner of it has a decidedly boring reputation. That place is Singapore, a place long associated with corporations and the finance sector, and while there are tons of opportunities to make a ton of money, it has long been […]

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Indonesian Holiday Destinations That Aren’t Bali

When you hear about tourism in Indonesia, one destination gets mentioned almost exclusively (HINT: it starts with a B). In case you are relatively new to the travel scene in Southeast Asia, this place is none other than Bali. While it does live up to the hype in many respects, its overwhelming popularity has vastly […]

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Three Options For a Relaxing Holiday In Morocco

Ever since the Arab Spring protest movement broke out several years ago, tourism throughout North Africa has been a bit of a touchy subject. A nascent travel industry in Libya was scuttled with the toppling of Gaddafi, with ground conditions still remaining unstable and dangerous in the present day. Egypt is now ruled by a […]

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Discovering The Hidden Treasures of Northern Ontario

According to the Canadian folk band The Arrogant Worms, Northern Ontario is eighty billion kilometres across, and maybe 13 people live there. While it is isn’t quite as big or depopulated in reality, Northern Ontario is indeed an expansive place with blessedly fewer people than the bigger cities in the south. With almost 2,000 kilometres […]

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Beachside Boardwalks To Stroll This Summer

With the burgers, beer and a possible lakeside getaway in the books after an awesome Memorial Day weekend, summer is now off to a roaring start. Now that it is totally acceptable to rock the tank top and board shorts, it’s time to think about planning a trip to the beach before the hordes book […]

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